St. Jean Vianney Signature
The Papal Artifacts’ Collection is primarily dedicated to artifacts connected to the papacy. Individual popes, their biographies and multiple items belonging to them, including first and second class relics, make up the majority of this Collection. But that isn’t all it is.
Father Kunst has a deep devotion to the saints as can be readily seen in viewing the Saints & Blesseds section of this site. We invite you to visit Papal History/Saints & Blesseds to view the many canonized and beatified men and women who make up this section of the Collection.
It is always an interesting story of how these artifacts got from their original “home” to the Papal Aritfacts’ Collection. What follows is an abbreviated version of this particular item. St. Jean Vianney is deeply loved by the Curator of Papal Artifacts. Jean Vianney is the patron saint of parish priests. That alone deems this artifact of great spiritual value to this Collection.
The following information about this signature of the Cure of Ars is the translation of Dr. Jennifer Walski who translated this information:
Signature du curé d’Ars dans ? un vieux livre de Mlle Adèle
Galotte qui en a détaché le présent feuillet pour le donner à
Madame Edmond Jourdhouille née Bavelière, le 1er décembre 1883.
The signature of the Curé d’Ars from an old book belonging to
Miss Adèle Galotte who removed this page to give it to
Madame Edmond Jourhouille, née Bavelière, 1st December 1883.
- Date August 28, 2016
- Tags autographs, Saint Jean Vianney